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Even when your favourite Doctor regenerates and leaves the show, the great thing about Doctor Who is that they’re able to come back at any point in time. Thanks to time travel, the Doctor can easily bump into his past selves now and then. Of course, it all depends on whether the actor wants to or not, but luckily for the Tenth Doctor’s legion of fans, David Tennant says he’s always willing to return to the sci-fi show.
Whether that’ll ever happen or not is up for debate – we wouldn’t rule it out, though – but in the meantime, we’ve got the next best thing coming our way, as the actor will be reprising the role for a new series of audio dramas he’s recorded with TV co-star Billie Piper Aka Rose Tyler for Big Finish Productions. Granted, it’s obviously not as exciting »
- Matt Joseph
Even when your favourite Doctor regenerates and leaves the show, the great thing about Doctor Who is that they’re able to come back at any point in time. Thanks to time travel, the Doctor can easily bump into his past selves now and then. Of course, it all depends on whether the actor wants to or not, but luckily for the Tenth Doctor’s legion of fans, David Tennant says he’s always willing to return to the world of the sci-fi show.
In a recent interview with Doctor Who Magazine to promote a new series of audio dramas he’s recorded with TV co-star Billie Piper Aka Rose Tyler for Big Finish Productions, who also produce adventures starring Doctors 4-8, the actor described playing the iconic character as always “a happy place to be.”
“I always feel fond towards it. I always feel like it’s a happy place to be. »
- Christian Bone
Directed by Ridley Scott.
The crew of the cargo ship Nostromo receives a distress signal from a nearby planet and while investigating, one of the crew is attacked by a parasite which implants an embryo in his body. This embryo soon gruesomely erupts from man’s body before escaping into the shadows, stalking and picking the remaining crew members off one by one.
It’s the 1st of October and you know what that means? It’s time to kick-start another series of October Horrors, the hopefully annual series (provided I don’t get fired between now and the 31st) in which I spend every day of this ghoulish month spotlighting cinematic horror from across the years. Well, mostly the 80s. Cause I like the 80s. A lot.
We’ve got »
- Graeme Robertson
Last week, S. Craig Zahler’s Brawl in Cell Block 99 celebrated its Us premiere at the 2017 Fantastic Fest, and it also enjoyed its Los Angeles debut yesterday evening at the 2017 Beyond Fest at the historic Egyptian Theatre. Daily Dead recently had the opportunity to speak with one of Cell Block 99’s co-stars, the legendary Udo Kier, who discussed what drew him into the project initially and his thoughts on collaborating with Zahler.
And because Kier has enjoyed a career that has now spanned over five decades (with well over 200 titles on his résumé), we also asked him about creating memorable characters and his involvement with Dario Argento’s Suspiria, which is enjoying new life amongst fans with Synapse Films' 4K restoration.
Congrats on the film, Mr. Kier. It's really fantastic. What was it in particular about this character, who doesn't even really have a definite name in this, »
- Heather Wixson
Jonathan Rhys Meyers has had a rough time of late ... his wife had a miscarriage earlier this month, he relapsed and ended up again in rehab for alcoholism, but he's just snagged a huge honor ... Best Actor at the Boston Film Festival. Jon was tearful as he accepted the award for the lead role in 'Damascus Cover,' a spy thriller about a secret agent who goes on a mission to Syria to smuggle out a chemical weapons scientist. »
- TMZ Staff
The Boston Film Festival closed out its 33rd annual event with six awards to Sir John Hurt’s final film Damascus Cover. A political thriller, Damascus Cover is set in Syria and made its world premiere at the festival. It took home honors for Best Film, Best Director (Daniel Berk), Best Actor (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), Best Actress (Olivia Thirlby), Best Cinematography (Chloe Thompson) and Best Ensemble Cast. Rhys Meyers and Berk also participated in a panel discussion on the… »
The 2017 Emmys In Memoriam segment has been called out for a perceived flub.
Following the touching memorial montage of recently deceased Hollywood stars, a slew of viewers took to social media to point out a few forgotten names.
- Jodi Guglielmi
Goldberg’s career spanned the New York theater community and the West Coast film industry, but she is best known for casting talent. She began her career in the early 1970s as an assistant to Bernard Gersten, the Public Theater’s associate producer, and became the Shakespeare Festival’s head of casting for both the Public Theater in downtown New York and the Delacorte Theater in Central Park in 1973. There, Goldberg assembled the casts of plays including “Two Gentlemen of Verona” starring Raul Julia, “King Lear” starring James Earl Jones, and “Much Ado About Nothing” starring Sam Waterston and Kathleen Widdoes.
From 1973 until 1975, Goldberg was also casting director for the Lincoln Center Repertory Company, managed by the New York Shakespeare Festival under Joseph Papp’s direction. At »
- Rebecca Rubin
New adventures starring the Eleventh Doctor as played by Matt Smith!
The truth behind the Doctor’s possible-crime revealed! Shocking surprises in store for the Doctor’s companions! The thrilling chase resolved; every mystery unveiled! Don’t miss this final chapter where the Doctor and his companions face… The Malignant Truth!
Confession: I’ve fallen a little behind on the Eleventh Doctor comics.
Which meant that, when I read this collection of comics for review, I was a little bit out of my depth. If you’re looking for a jumping on point, this rather definitively isn’t it; it’s the conclusion of an ongoing arc, which picks up on and resolves quite a few different plotlines. If you’re looking for a Doctor Who graphic novel, probably best to go back to the beginning. »
- Alex Moreland
With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit platforms. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.
Wes Anderson’s feature debut, the slyly comedic Bottle Rocket, positions its heroes, three young wannabe criminals with an eye for small-scale robberies, as blind innocents, lost in the unfamiliar world of adulthood. As part of his 75-year plan, Dignan (Owen Wilson) forms a gang, consisting of himself, Anthony (Luke Wilson) who’s fresh out of a voluntary psychiatric hospital, and Bob (Robert Musgrave) who »
- Jordan Raup
Just days after actor Ed Skrein exited Lionsgate's Hellboy reboot, due to concerns over "whitewashing," the project has added yet another member to its cast. Penelope Mitchell (Hemlock Grove) has just signed on to play a witch named Ganeida. It remains unclear if the studio is actively seeking actors to replace Ed Skrein, who backed out of the Major Ben Daimio role upon learning that the original character in the comics is a Japanese-American man.
Deadline reports that Ganeida is an elder witch who decides that the reign of terror caused by Nimue the Blood Queen (Milla Jovovich) has gone on long enough and tries to stop her. It's unclear if Ganeida ultimately joins forces with Hellboy (David Harbour) and his team of paranormal investigators to take down this medieval sorceress, but it seems likely. The Ganeida character had a similar arc in the 2011 comic Hellboy: The Fury, so »
Twin Peaks Recap is a weekly column by Keith Uhlich covering David Lynch and Mark Frost's limited, 18-episode continuation of the Twin Peaks television series.The best things come to those who wait, and Big Ed Hurley (Everett McGill) has long been dreaming of the moment that opens Part 15 of Mark Frost and David Lynch's Twin Peaks revival. "I've been a selfish bitch to you all these years," says his one-eyed wife Nadine (Wendy Robie), who's walked a long way—a Dr. Jacoby/Dr. Amp gold, shit-digging shovel slung over her shoulder—to the cash-only Gas Farm that Ed has run for most of his life. She states the obvious: Ed is in love with Rr Diner propietor Norma Jennings (Peggy Lipton), and she, Nadine, has always stood in his way. Those days are finally over. Ed is reluctant to think of this as anything beyond another of his spouse's manic episodes. »
Just one day after a report surfaced claiming the new Hellboy reboot will feature the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense (B.P.R.D.) and comic book characters such as Abe Sapien, Alice Monaghan and Ben Daimio, the Alice character has been cast. Sasha Lane, the 21-year-old actress who made her breakthrough feature film debut with last year's American Honey, is in final negotiations to play Alice Monaghan, who in the original Mike Mignola comics was a love interest for Hellboy (David Harbour). It isn't clear at this time how many more major characters have yet to be cast, but this diverse ensemble is coming together quite quickly.
The Hollywood Reporter broke the news on this casting earlier today, while also confirming a report from May that the Hellboy reboot starts filming in September. While it isn't clear who will play Abe Sapien or Ben Daimio quite yet, Sasha Lane »
Yesterday, we reported that Milla Jovovich was in final talks to play The Blood Queen in Lionsgate's Hellboy reboot, which makes sense since the project was reportedly being called Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen. While the casting news was apparently accurate, news of the subtitle was not, since a Lionsgate rep reached out to us this afternoon, confirming the project will only be known as Hellboy. Here's what the rep had to say in a brief statement.
The Lionsgate rep didn't add any additional details about the project, and while the title may not be Rise of the Blood Queen, that certainly doesn't nullify Milla Jovovich's casting as this character. What is less clear at this point is if The Blood Queen is the same character »
Deadline are reporting that none other than Milla Jovovich is in talks to play the villain in the forthcoming Hellboy reboot, Hellboy: Rise Of The Blood Queen. If cast, Jovovich will play the title character in the movie, which is being directed by The Descent and frequent Game Of Thrones director Neil Marshall.
David Harbour is playing the red cigar-chomping comic book hero, taking over things from Ron Perlman, who played Hellboy in Guillermo del Toro’s two previous big-screen adventures. Ian McShane is set to play Professor Bloom in the new movie, a role played by the late John Hurt in Hellboy and Hellboy II.
Filming is set to start imminently on the reboot, with the movie looking to arrive in cinemas in 2018. The word on the street is that it is set to be an R-rated affair with limited use of CGI, a fact which is sure to please fans. »
- Paul Heath
Back in May, it was reported that a Hellboy reboot was moving forward at Lionsgate and Millennium with Neil Marshall (The Descent) in the director's chair and Harbour (Stranger Things, Suicide Squad) playing Hellboy, who was portrayed by Ron Perlman in Guillermo del Toro's previous two films based on Mike Mignola's seminal comic book series.
- Derek Anderson
Ian McShane is a revered and accomplished British actor whose career dates back to the early 1960s. His breakout role came in 2000, when he played the amoral, serpentine mob boss, Teddy Bass, in Sexy Beast, a brutal crime thriller that also starred Ray Winstone and Ben Kingsley (in one of his most thoroughly entertaining roles). American audiences probably knew him best as the infamous (and quasi-historical) Al Swearengen in David Milch's classic anti-Western Deadwood -- a role now firmly entrenched in American pop culture.
McShane is undoubtedly one of the greatest character actors working today, he's played everything from pirate to hitman to martial arts tiger to the Norse God Odin himself, all with one thing in common: they're all take-no-shit, total badasses! THR's announcement of McShane joining Neil Marshall's Hellboy reboot is absolutely huge news, which vaults this film to the top of my must-see movies of »
- David Kozlowski
Author: Scott Davis
It’s been another stellar year for the superhero genre in 2017 with many of the films released having great success – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 and Spider-Man: Homecoming has flown the flag for the McU (with Thor: Ragnarok still to come), while Warner Bros and DC Comics’ Wonder Woman has smashed records across the globe and has now become the biggest comic-book film of the year in the Us.
So what’s next? With the aThormentioned return of the Norse God, we will soon get the long-awaited Justice League in November with the team-up of Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, Cyborg, and Superman. Across at Dark Horse Entertainment, however, they are gearing up for the return of everyone’s favourite horned anti-hero with the news that the new Hellboy reboot, Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen is a few weeks away from filming.
Now The Hollywood »
- Scott Davis
The news of McShane's casting comes from THR, who revealed that the American Gods and Deadwood actor will play the role performed by the late, great John Hurt in Guillermo del Toro's Hellboy and Hellboy II: The Golden Army.
Back in May it was reported that a Hellboy reboot was moving forward at Lionsgate and Millennium with Neil Marshall (The Descent) in the director's chair and Harbour (Stranger Things, Suicide Squad) playing Hellboy, who was portrayed by Ron Perlman in the previous two films based on Mike Mignola's seminal comic book series.
According to THR, the creative team behind Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen is aiming to start filming in the UK and Bulgaria this September. »
- Derek Anderson
The upcoming Hellboy reboot, Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen, is moving right along. They’ve got Neil Marshall (The Descent) directing with David Harbour (Stranger Things) taking over the lead role of paranormal investigator Hellboy. Lionsgate is handling distribution, and now the rest of the cast is starting to fill out. According to THR, Ian McShane is signing on to play Professor Trevor "Broom" Bruttenholm. John Hurt previously played the role in Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy and Hellboy II: The Golden Army. For those unfamiliar with Hellboy, Broom is the leader of the Bureau for Paranormal Research and … »
- Matt Goldberg
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